Kapi-Mana News : June 18th 2013
9 KAPI-MANA NEWS, JUNE 18, 2013 NEWS Shop & Get Rewards We reserve the right to limit quantities. For customer service phone 0800 4 New World (0800 463 996) or visit newworld.co.nz. Prices apply from 17/06/13 to 23/06/13 in the Wellington, Wairarapa, Horowhenua, Taranaki, Manawatu, Wanganui and Hawke's Bay regions only. FSW KEY NW180613 GET LOADS OF SAVINGS EVERYDAY 1099 kg NZ Lamb Leg Roast 999 kg 549 kg 1799 kg 600 Any 2 for or $3.99 each 99¢ 599 899 NZ Pork Mince NZ Tegel Chicken Drumsticks Beef Porterhouse Steak Product of Australia Yummy Braeburn Apples or Suncrisp Packham or Taylors Gold Pears 1.5kg Wattie's Regular Spaghetti or Baked Beans 420g Cherubums Nappies 14-22s Selaks Premium Selection 750ml (Excludes Reserves) Tui 330ml 12 Pack Bottles or Cans (Excludes Blonde or Dark) 1599 All programmes and enrolments are subject to minimum class numbers and programme C C Ā // D 36 weeks | S July 2013 | FEES No fees L C Porirua, Hutt Valley, Wellington Take your use of the Māori language beyond 'Kia ora!' Learn to speak basic, conversational reo Māori confidently, and learn about Māori customs and protocols in traditional and modern contexts. Te Ara Reo Māori is designed for adult learners and uses a unique learning style called 'Ako Whakatere' (accelerated learning). Classes and tutorials are friendly, interactive and fun. F E LME F M C LL 237 7166 SP CES L M ED LE E E MĀ 2013 FEES TTT_TER05/01 Seminar date correction Settlement Support's retirement seminar for migrants will be held in the Community Link rooms at Work and Income on June 26 from 5.30pm. On page 24 of last week's edition it says the seminar is on June 27. This is incorrect because of the wrong information being supplied to Kapi-Mana News. Talks will be given by represent- atives from the Inland Revenue Department and Work and Income. Hat in ring for council job Council candidate: Tawa's Malcolm Sparrow wants to represent his suburb around the Wellington City Council table. Ready to serve community Malcolm Sparrow is putting up his hand to take over from Ngaire Best when she steps down from Welling- ton City Council this year. Mr Sparrow, the chairman of Tawa Community Board, says it is important the suburb has a rep- resentative around the council table. Local people are used to one of the three councillors serving the North- ern Ward being Tawa-based. That's not unreasonable considering Tawa makes up one third of the Northern Ward's population and has had its own representative since 1989 when it first joined Wellington.'' Ms Best, who lives in Tawa, says Mr Sparrow has been a vocal advo- cate for his community for some time and wished him well in his desire to win a seat. Mr Sparrow has served on the community board since 2005, with a two-and-a-half year break while he managed the Tawa Com- munity Centre. I am pleased with what the Tawa Community Board has achieved under my chairmanship this trien- nium. We have got things done. I am putting my name forward to rep- resent Tawa and the whole Northern Ward with the goal of getting things done as a Wellington City councillor -- my experience in the business world over the years and in com- munity activities in more recent times will be very useful attributes to bring to the council table.'' Justin Lester and Helene Ritchie are the other Northern Ward coun- cillors.
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